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Old 05-14-2007, 03:49 PM
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Hey Dave, are the rooster frise something like the mountain oysters I've heard so much about?
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We need Chef Ken to tell us how we should prepare them. Maybe deep fried and thinly sliced, served on a cracker with goose liver pate? Or stuffed with some good 'ol hogs head cheese.
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You know, some of the cruise lines will let you order off menu if you give them advanced notice to shop for what you want. Wonder what they'd do with such a request?
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Old 05-14-2007, 04:53 PM
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Bring escargots of course!
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Wah, I was upin' the backyard just yesterday collectin' some scargot for sautein for dinner dis week. Mmmmm Good! Fergit them Roll 'Tide flip flops and instead of the ballon hat, how 'bout a U of A sooie pig hat?!
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Oh...thanks, Andrea...a real STUNNER! You should have seen the flash draped in the Tennesse flag last month! I was in Manhattan on Friday night and Saturday...ate at Carmines! Good eats.
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Old 05-14-2007, 07:38 PM
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On M*A*S*H, didn't Colonel Potter make reference to "mule fritters?" I'm still thinin' about that one Baba-louie.
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Old 05-14-2007, 07:40 PM
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Oh...thanks, Andrea...a real STUNNER! You should have seen the flash draped in the Tennesse flag last month! I was in Manhattan on Friday night and Saturday...ate at Carmines! Good eats.
I forgot to ask you about Carmines. What did you have (to eat, I mean)? Did you finish up with that brownie barge with a half a gallon of ice cream?
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Old 05-14-2007, 07:55 PM
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I was in Colorado Springs for a few days last week and went to an ice cream shop called Michelle's. They had something on the menu called "Pikes Peak" (appropriate for the location). It was every flovor of ice cream in the joint along with cookies, nuts berries, and some other stuff I can't remember. Said at the bottom of the menu it weighed 45 lbs and feeds 25 people. They had an old photo and article from Life magazine of it. It was $12.00 in the old life article. On the current menu it's $110.00 and you pay extra if you have more than 25 people sharing.

I didn't order it but would have loved to see the real thing.

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